Crochet Corner to Corner C2C Blanket
The Crochet Bias Blocks Blanket is also known informally to us crocheters as Corner to Corner or C2C. Using Bernat Pipsqueak Yarn, the stitches tend to disappear and you really need to rely on your fingertips in some areas of this type of afghan. For many experienced crocheters, this would not be an issue.
The only time you really have to rely on your fingertips is on the edges as you need to work into the chain 3 times. The rest of the way across the afghan is simply going between the posts to crochet around. To many crocheters who have done this type of afghan, they know how simple the process really is.
In the tutorial provided, I demonstrated using this yarn. I did so to prove it can be done and is not a big deal for experienced crocheters. For newbie crocheters, you can probably do it as well if you are careful and it may be a great building exercise to hone your skills more.
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I am providing two sets of tutorials. The first set is demonstrating this exact pattern in a tutorial format. The second set is a different set of videos showing the same stitches used but with yarn that you can physically see the stitches with.
I intentionally demonstrated with Bernat Pipsqueak that it can be done and isn’t tough to do for experienced crocheters.
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I’ve always wanted to use the soft fuzzy yarn but, was afraid to really mess up the stitches. This pattern and article has given me hope and confidence try it! I’m looking forward to the next yarn sale!!! Thank You!!!
I purchased Pipsqueak to make a baby blanket for my newest niece and frogged 3-4 skeins several times. I searched and searched for a pattern (yup, I used “Pipsqueak” in my search) and tried but just had too much trouble finding the stitches under all the lovely fluff. So it sat. I made a bath mat using cotton for my first C2C piece. That’s when I realized C2C is perfect for fuzzy yarn. I even decided to alternate the purple/green varigated Pipsqueak and white just like the pattern above shows. I am sooooo happy with the results.
Good tutorial. I have a graph I would like to use for a c2c but not sure when to start decrease. It is 23 blocks by 30 blocks. Please advise.
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